Students can chat with alumni and parents about careers and professional etiquette at Career Day.
Franklin & Marshall embarks on the latest chapter in its commitment to environmental stewardship with the creation of an urban conservancy less than one mile from campus.
Fourteen F&M students join Kirk Miller in an expansion of the College's presence in South Africa.
Independent scholar Sally Griffith visits campus to celebrate the publishing of Liberalizing the Mind, a narrative history of Franklin & Marshall College.
Jon Stone brings his interest in the symbolist movement to Franklin & Marshall.
After participating in a geology field school in Kenya, three F&M students realize they had done—and learned—more than they ever imagined.
Family members visit campus for a wide range of events designed for their education and entertainment—but most importantly, to reconnect with their children.
On a clear, crisp morning similar to that of September 11, 2001, members of the College community remember the victims of 9/11.
Andrea Lommen is part of a $6.5 million grant project that will prepare astronomers for the era of gravitational wave astronomy.
The stories of F&M students and faculty members take center stage throughout the 2010-11 academic year.